Robert Hur

Republicans only want recordings of Biden's special counsel interviews "to chop them up, distort them, and use them for partisan political purposes," the White House said.
Hur refused to say that Joe Biden was "senile" or otherwise unfit for office, despite lawmakers' best efforts.
The special counsel admitted his comment wasn't in the final report, in which he described the president's memory as “faulty,” "hazy" and “poor.”
Two days of being questioned showed the president by turns charming, sometimes confused and still thinking about the illness that took his son Beau.
Biden was never asked by special counsel Robert Hur about the timing of his son's death, according to an interview transcript.
Robert Hur's report described the president's memory as "poor" and having "significant limitations."
The release of a harshly critical special counsel report on President Joe Biden's handling of classified information has triggered instant flashbacks.
Vice President Kamala Harris is slamming the special counsel's report into President Joe Biden’s mishandling of classified documents.
Andrew Weissmann said Robert Hur’s report was “exactly what you’re not supposed to do.”
A special counsel report has found evidence that President Joe Biden “willfully” retained and shared highly classified materials when he was a private citizen.